The library is located in the Holley Academic Center and provides a spectacular view of the North Bay. The beautiful scenery - along with the welcoming, user-centered culture - offers patrons an ideal environment for research and learning.
As a premier research institution, Florida State University offers a wealth of scholarly resources to support teaching and research with millions of scholarly books and articles in both print and digital format.
In addition to our local library collection, patrons may request express delivery of physical books or journal articles housed remotely in any of the FSU libraries on the Tallahassee campus. Same-day delivery is available Monday-Thursday when requested before 10:00 a.m.
Finding Library Items
Search the FSU libraries collection through the main library website.
For FSU-owned items, complete the express delivery request form.
For non-FSU items, request through interlibrary loan.
For reference help, contact the FSU Panama City Library and Learning Center staff at (850) 770-2140 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Printing is cashless for your convenience. To print in the library or the Barron Bldg., second floor, first transfer funds to your FSU card: login to my.fsu.edu, click Blackboard, then FSU card.
FSU Panama City Library Resources
- Professional university librarian and library assistants to help with your research
- 59 computer workstations with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud
- Public printing (including wireless from your laptop)
- High speed wireless Internet
- Six group study rooms
- Five private study lounges on second floor loft
- Individual and course-integrated library instruction
- Technology checkout that includes a portable projector, video camera, phone chargers, Macbook chargers, and USB card readers.
We encourage prospective students to access the Testing and Education Reference Center (TERC) available in the Library Learning Center at Florida State Panama City. TERC allows users to
- Prepare for a test (AP, SAT, ACT, CLEP, PSAT).
- Get general skills or STEM help.
- Search for a school or scholarship,
- Get career advice.
- Prep for a high school equivalency exam.
All the above services are free to students, staff, and faculty with the exception of public printing.